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Awards ( indicates wins)


American Comedy Awards

(Nominees are chosen by more than four thousand directors, writers, producers, agents, and execs. Winners are selected by a thousand comedy performers)

    14th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February 6, 2000 for performances in 1999)
    13th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February 7, 1999 for performances in 1997)
    12th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February 22, 1998 for performances in 1997)
    11th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February 9, 1997 for performances in 1996)
    10th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February , 1996 for performances in 1995)
    9th Annual American Comedy Awards (presented February , 1995 for performances in 1994)

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Emmys

(Winners are chosen by members of the Televison Academy's Blue Ribbon Panel)

    52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 10, 2000 for performances in 1999-2000)
    51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 12, 1999 for performances in 1998-99)
    50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 13, 1998 for performances in 1997-98)
    49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 14, 1997 for performances in 1996-97)
    48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September 8, 1996 for performances in 1995-96)
    47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September , 1995 for performances in 1994-95)
    46th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (presented September , 1995 for performances in 1993-94)

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Golden Globes

(Nominees and winners are chosen by the 80 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association)

    58th Annual Golden Globe Awards (presented January 21, 2001 for performances in 2000)
    55th Annual Golden Globe Awards (presented January 18, 1998 for performances in 1997)
    54th Annual Golden Globe Awards (presented January , 1999 for performances in 1996)

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Golden Satellites Awards

    Golden Satellites Awards 2000 (presented January 16, 2000 for performances in 1999 at the Beverly Hills Hotel, Los Angeles)

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Screen Actors Guild

(Nominees are chosen by 4200 randomly selected active Guild members. The entire membership votes for the winners)

David Hyde Pierce, "Frasier" - No actor has received more Screen Actors Guild AwardŽ nominations than David Hyde Pierce. He holds a record 15. He has taken home The ActorŽ twice for his work on Frasier: in 1996 for his individual performance and in 2000 as a member of the ensemble. In addition to his seven consecutive individual and ensemble nominations for the series, Pierce was nominated in 1996 as a member of the cast of the theatrical motion picture Nixon. - From the official SAG website

    7th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented March 11, 2001 for performances in 2000)
    6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented March 12, 2000 for performances in 1999)
    5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented March 7, 1999 for performances in 1998)
    4th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented March 8, 1998 for performances in 1997)
    3rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented February 22, 1997 for performances in 1996)
    2nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented February 24, 1996 for performances in 1995)
    1st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (presented February 25, 1995 for performances in 1994)

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Television Critics Association

(Winners are chosen by TV critics from the nation's newspapers and magazines)

    14th Annual Television Critics Association Awards (presented July 18, 1998 for performances in 1997-98)
    13th Annual Television Critics Association Awards (presented July 20, 1997 in Pasadena, CA for performances in 1996-97. This was the first year for this category)

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TV Guide Awards

(Winners are chosen by over 1.5 million ballots mailed in by the readers of TV Guide)

    3rd Annual TV Guide Awards (presented February 24, 2001 for performances in 2000)
    2nd Annual TV Guide Awards (presented March 5, 2000 for performances in 1999)
    1st Annual TV Guide Awards (presented February 1, 1999 for performances in 1998)

Viewers for Quality Television

(Nominees and winners are chosen by the members of the Viewers for Quality Television)

    16th Annual Quality Awards (presented 2000 for performances in 1999-2000)
    15th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 1999 for performances in 1998-99)
    14th Annual Quality Awards (presented October 3, 1998 for performances in 1997-98)
    13th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 1997 for performances in 1996-97)
    12th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 1996 for performances in 1995-96)
    11th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 1995 for performances in 1994-95)
    10th Annual Quality Awards (presented , 1994 for performances in 1993-94)

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Other Awards

    19th Annual Cable Ace Awards (presented November 15, 1997 for performances in 1996-1997)
    1997 E! Golden Hanger Award

Honors

    An honorary doctorate at the Skidmore College 88th Commencement Exercises presented on May 23, 1999
    1st Annual Elsa Rose Fabares Award for his work with the Alzheimer's Association presented on March 10, 1999
    The 50 Most Beautiful People for 1997
    National Humor Treasure Award recipient at the 12th Annual International Conference on The Positive Power of Humor & Creativity presented on April 1997 in Sarotoga Springs, NY.
    1999 GQ Man of the Year in TV/Comedy nominee
    The Theatre School of DePaul University 12th Annual Awards of Excellence in the Arts Gala Honoree (May 11, 2000)

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